There is a resort here that is in the Coast to Coast network and, since I exhausted those around Fort Myers and still have points to use and time to "waste" until I can check into my site in Miami, I used those points to stay in a city campground.
I like nature, so I looked up city and county parks in the area and the best way to do that was to look for letterboxes! Broward County has a few parks with campgrounds, but they charge $40 a night with no discount for extended stays. So, it doesn't look like I'll be staying in one of those parks. The one I visited was very near a major highway and train tracks used by the tri-rail system. Those trains are commuter trains between Miami and West Palm Beach, so a train goes by often, blowing its whistle.
I learned about a sport that is popular in this county at least. It's called "disc golf". People throw discs that look kind of like frisbees from a "tee" to a metal cage that is quite a few feet away. At the tee, there is a diagram of the path to the hole and an indication where the next tee is. I can't believe where they need to go - through woods, near water, and around bushes! Almost all holes I've seen are par 3s and I can understand why. I've seen guys (no girls!) play and some of them throw those things really hard!
A big highlight of this stay was going to Fort Lauderdale Beach on A1A when the sun set tonight. There were clouds on the horizon, but I saw the full moon come up over those clouds and shine on the ocean. I had just eaten a light supper at Sangrias Cafe at a table on the sidewalk with a view of the ocean across the street. I like this part of town because there are no buildings in the way of the ocean, like at so many places. Trump has a big hotel here, too, of course. But patrons have to cross the street to get to the beach - no private beach for them! There are palm trees on the beaches here on the east coast of Florida, a lot less shells, and tan fine sand. Since I walked over a mile down and back, I have blisters and sore feet, but it was worth it!